Barcelona city guide

26 Fabulous things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona is one hot, sexy, incredible city, filled with amazing culture, parties, sunshine, beaches and beautiful people. I’ve visited the Catalan capital five times in the past decade – so it’s clearly one of my favourites. I’ve put together my…

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17 Fabulous gluten-free restaurants in Barcelona

When people ask me about my favourite gluten-free cities, Barcelona is very high on my list. Coming from London, where gluten-free options are aplenty, I have very high expectations but Barcelona doesn’t disappoint. From banging breakfasts through to late night…

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Review: Market Hotel Barcelona

Open since 2004, the Market Hotel Barcelona is a charming boutique hotel in the city’s Sant Antoni district. Part of the flourishing Andilana Group (who own 30 restaurants and 6 hotels across Spain, France and Madagascar), their name is synonymous with…

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The best brunch in Barcelona

When I first visited over a decade ago, Barcelona‘s brunch scene was only just emerging and cafes with a tasty breakfast menu were hard to find. Flash forward 10 years and I would now rate this city as one of…

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Barcelona Pride: everything you need to know

Considered to be the biggest LGBT+ Pride celebration in the Mediterranean, with over 200,000 people taking part in the celebrations each year, Barcelona Pride is a wonderful time to visit the city. This cosmopolitan beach city hosts one of the…

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5 Things I learnt in Barcelona

Barcelona! Lovely Barcelona: it isn’t a city that changes quickly. I always feel like it’s exactly as I left it on my last visit, which is great because I LOVE this place. I don’t want it to change! So here…

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Review: Leonardo Hotel Barcelona Las Ramblas

Situated in central El Raval, the Leonardo Hotel Barcelona Las Ramblas opened in June 2016 making it the latest addition to the Leonardo hotel group. The 111 rooms are available in four categories – Economy, Comfort, Superior and Deluxe –…

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Festa Major de Gràcia: Barcelona block party or Anarchist war zone?

“It looks like one of the seven hills of San Francisco,” I exhaled as we stood at the western entrance to Park Güell. The plan was to have a romantic sunset picnic at Barcelona’s iconic municipal garden, but now I…

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